Your Alumni Card
The NYU Alumni Card is given to alumni who make an annual gift to NYU in grateful acknowledgment of their financial support of NYU and its mission. As a new graduate, you will receive a complimentary Alumni Card valid for the first year after graduation. Look for your card in the mail after graduation.
The card provides the following benefits:
To ensure that you receive your alumni card, update your mailing address online.
Class of 2012 graduates can join Friends of Bobst Library at the Reader level for only $45 (the normal alumni rate is $250).
As a new Friend of Bobst Library Reader, you will receive onsite access to all of the print, electronic, and multimedia resources available at Bobst from 7am to 1am, seven days a week, through August 31, 2012.
Visit the Bobst Library website for more information.
Wherever you are headed, NYU is there for you! NYU alumni clubs and groups exist all over the world, offering opportunities for alumni to network and share experiences even when far away from campus. NYU alumni groups meet across the U.S., in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, and new chapters are created frequently. In addition, you can join groups based on interests you share with fellow alumni. These include the Multicultural Alumni group, the LGBTQ Alumni Network, the Women's Initiative, the Green Alumni Network, and the Recent Alumni Network (RAN). Log in to the alumni website for more information or to join a club near you.
Young Alumni Leadership Circle (YALC)
The YALC mission is to recognize NYU graduates from the last 15 years who make annual gifts that set the standard for other young alumni, to create an opportunity for young alumni from the entire University community to network, socialize, and build relationships with other NYU leaders, and to develop New York University's future leaders. Visit alumni.nyu.edu/YALC for more information.
Each year, we celebrate our alumni by inviting you back to the Square for a day of lectures, dean's luncheons, networking, and reminiscing. Join us this year on October 20, for thought provoking panels, a street fair, an evening reception, and more.